These green cleaning and DIY beauty recipes are easy to make, and each one has a printable label, so you’ll always know what’s what!
You can easily mix up your own homemade all purpose cleaner with just two to three ingredients! Get my recipe and a pretty printable to label your bottle.
I don’t talk a lot about political food issues in this space, but I have some very strong feelings about GMOs in our food supply. Usually I keep those sorts of articles over at Eat Drink Better, but I wanted to share this documentary film review with you guys, since a lot of you seemed excited when I mentioned on Facebook and Twitter that I was going to see it.
When Trader Joes came to Atlanta, I was excited about cheap wine and a wonderland of inexpensive vegan snacks. Now that the initial shininess is past, though, I’m not sure that I’m super jazzed about TJs!
I try not to stray from talking food and crafts in this space, but holy moly this weekend was crazy. There is a stomach bug and a half sweeping through Atlanta, and it hit my house on Friday afternoon.
Mashed potatoes are a staple food in our house, and I can’t believe that I haven’t formally written down my mashed potato recipe before now!
I am not actually a big fan of new year’s resolutions, but I am a fan of treating the new year as a chance to start healthy habits. For me, the difference between a resolution and a habit is huge, and it’s important. A New Year’s resolution is something sort of vague like “eat healthier” or “lose weight,” but a habit is something that you commit to practicing on a regular basis until it becomes as much a part of your life as brushing your teeth in the morning. I want to help you make a daily green smoothie part of your routine.
OK, OK there’s not really a “wrong” way when it comes to eating fruit, but there are some more fun ways to eat an orange or an apple!
Since cold and flu season is in full effect, I wanted to share a recent piece that I wrote for Eat Drink Better. It’s about healing foods to help fight cold and flu, keep you comfortable if you do get sick, and boost your immune system so you get better faster.
Being a work-at-home mom can be challenging sometimes. When I have a long list of assignments and Darrol decides to go on a nap strike, I sometimes am not great about feeding myself. Part of getting the swing of this whole momming thing has been sorting out some easy vegan lunch ideas to keep me fed even when my kid face plants on the playmat and I’m running up against a deadline.
Roasted cabbage is tender and a little bit sweet. It’s tasty straight out of the oven or chilled for a cold side dish.
Want to whip up homemade baby food for your little one? Here’s what I’ve learned so far about feeding Darrol Henry.
My friend Heather wrote a post over at Eat Drink Better recently that listed the 5 grossest items in your kitchen. You can read her article for the complete list, but #2 on there was the blender.
Eating raw kale might sound kind of…chewy…but if you do it right, raw kale can be just as tender and tasty as cooked!
I’m sorry about the pun, you guys. I just have such a hard time resisting puns, even when they’re terrible. I promise that the smoothie is much better than its punny name!